The latest round of Music Growth Scheme (MEGS) funding will support British acts including Self Esteem, Dave, Afro B, Tusks and Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes.
The music publishing arm of Warner Music Group, Warner Chappell Music, has inked a worldwide deal with UK songwriter, DJ and producer Afro B.
Neil will join Tileyard Music’s co-founders Michael Harwood, Charlie Arme, Paul Kempe and Nick Keynes in growing the business into a leading independent music company worldwide.
The Shires, Ward Thomas, The Wandering Hearts and Twinnie are among the shortlisters announced for the 2019 British Country Music Awards.
Music distributor and label service Ditto Music has announced the return of its Ditto X conference for independent artists, with a series of UK and international dates now in the mix.
Brighton band Squid, ‘folk float’ three-piece I See Rivers, C86 revivalists The Orielles and grime MC Maxsta are among the artists to receive funding from the charitable foundation.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has launched a survey to determine how it can best support the arts as Britain prepares for Brexit.
The chain recently announced a major vinyl expansion plan, in addition to a website relaunch to dive pre-orders, and has now revealed it will increase in-store performances.
Get it Right, the campaign working to reduce copyright infringement among young music and culture fans, has announced its next phase.
Merlin chief executive Charles Caldas and Eleven Seven Music chief executive Allen Kovac are to be honoured at the upcoming AIM Awards.